The Digitalisation of Finance: Simplified Solutions for Eventful Times
The year 2020 may be over, but the fierce digitalisation brought upon businesses worldwide is far from complete. From London to Dubai, CFOs and IT leaders worldwide are investigating strategies to simplify complex and time-consuming operations while preventing workflow disruptions and maintaining elevated productivity levels.
As workplaces gear themselves up for another eventful year, innovative solutions are available to peel off unnecessary labour from all financial operations. Reducing wasteful paper invoices and quickly identifying and preventing issues are some of the ways top leaders can focus on growth while adapting to a revolutionised work environment. By digitalising repetitive tasks, competitive companies can free up working capital and redirect their efforts towards activities requiring brainwork and interpersonal skills.
- In what way is digitalisation bound to shape financial operations?
- What tools are available to enterprises in their quest towards the most effective use of their resources?
- How can modern solutions help businesses remain competitive in an increasingly globalised economy?
CIO at PwC
CIO at Vistra
CFO at Emaar Hospitality Group
CFO at DP WorldCFO at Philips
Sr. VP of Finance at SHV
VP of Finance & Business Control at ABB
VP of Accounting at Gerresheimer
Head at ABB
Head of Global Finance Transformation at Syngenta
Head of Global E2E Finance at Syngenta AG
Head of Finance at Siemens
Head of Supply Chain Finance & Innovation at Commerzbank
Head of Accounting at Siemens Gamesa
Head of Accounting Integration Managers at Bayer at Bayer
Head of Corporate Accounting & Controlling at Swiss Post
Asst. Manager of Finance at Al Habtoor Group
Sr. Financial Controller at Orsted
Finance Controller at WHSmith
Global Trade Finance at EY
10:55 am: Guest to check-in online
11:00 am: Introduction by Ortus Club
11:05 am: Short address from Tradeshift
11:15 am: Breakout rooms: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:10 pm: Summary/Conclusion
12:15 pm: End of session